“We stand together in solidarity with our partners and children for the protection of our rights, our safety, our health, and our families – recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country.”

This is the official mission statement of the Women’s March on Washington and it’s simply liberal propaganda.

The march that was held the day after President Trump’s inauguration in D.C. is joined by others around the country marching in cities like New York, Boston, and Chicago. Women flooded the streets with pink hats that they disgustingly refer to as, “p**** hats.”

They held signs that read, “patriarchy is for d****,” “keep your rosaries off my ovaries,” and plenty of other explicit signs while their children walk beside them.

These women claim to be marching for the protection of their rights, safety, health, and family. This is a hypocritical and ironic stance for these women to support. How can these women care about the protection of rights, safety, health, or family when they are so willing to end the life of an innocent unborn child?

Marchers believe that the government shouldn’t impose laws on their bodies but they seem to forget about the growing body of the unborn child in a women’s womb.

What is even more upsetting about this march is that the organizers revoked partnership with pro-life groups who wanted to march. Certain feminist groups involved in the march were removed from the partnership list when organizers discovered the groups were pro-life.

They responded to this by saying, “The Women’s March platform is pro-choice and that has been our stance since day one.”

This move by organizers show that they only respect and want to work with those whose beliefs and values match up exactly with theirs.

There are other issues that the march claims to represent such as environmental justice, civil rights, LGBTQ rights, and many more, but if you are pro-life, sorry! You can’t march.

Another reason this march is simply liberal propaganda is because it is unclear as to why they are marching against Donald Trump.

Yes, we all remember the leaked video that was released during the campaign and as a woman I was disgusted by his words. But the thing is they were just that, words. The women marching most likely supported Hillary Clinton, a woman who stood by a known sexual predator and attempted to silence his victims.

Where is the outrage there?

The women marching claim that President Trump is a supporter of a “patriarchal society” and that he doesn’t respect women. My response to that: Kellyanne Conway.

President Trump put his campaign in the hands of a woman. He trusted his race to the White House with Kellyanne and she became the first woman to run a victorious presidential campaign but you won’t hear these protestors acknowledge that.

The Women’s March has an agenda and it is not the support of “women’s rights.” Like most protests over the past few days, it serves the liberal agenda where thousands of women are protesting democracy. It is the protest of a man who was elected president by the people of this country because they realized the empty promises of the Democratic party do not work.

While the name of this protest is, “Women’s March on Washington,” it does not represent all women.

These explicit and foul-mouthed marchers do not speak for me. They do not speak for conservative or pro-life women across the country and they certainly do not speak for the on average 1.6 million aborted babies every year.